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    HELP!!! I had reception, DVD/VCR died, swapped in another, lost ability 2 record TV

    I have an old Sony TV connected 2 a JVC DVD/VCR recorder (DR-MV100B) by way of DTV converter box. Recorder died, so I swapped in a Sony DVD/VCR player (SLV-D261P). Same connections, but I can't get the player 2 accept the program timer 2 record my TV shows.

    I am looking 2 buy another DVD/VCR recorder, but since I'm having problems w/ this setup, I'm not sure what 2 look 4. Any help/insite would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks, David
    Last edited by Fringe Reception; 02-17-2013 at 06:21 PM. Reason: Removed e-mail address to protect the writer from potential spam mailings.

 

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